Ed Klein says that FBI Director James Comey "jumped at the chance" to reopen the Hillary Clinton email probe because he was "overwhelmed with regret" after initially recommending no charges for the Democratic presidential nominee in July.
Ed Klein says Hillary Clinton is much more sickly than she appears to be in her public appearances.
Newly released FBI documents reveal that State Department security personnel so disliked working for Hillary Clinton that many left the agency or asked to be reassigned.
Ed Klein, author of Guilty as Sin, said this morning that President Barack Obama wanted Hillary Clinton to be indicted before realizing he would be "stuck with her" as the Democratic nominee.
Former secret service agent Gary Byrne and author Ed Klein joined Sean Hannity last night to discuss Hillary Clinton's health problems.
Ed Klein has been sounding the alarm on Hillary Clinton's health for years, and he says that Sunday wasn't the first time she's collapsed.
With Hillary Clinton still the subject of a controversial e-mail scandal, Democrats across the nation are wondering about Biden's intentions for the 2016 presidential race.
Ed Klein, author of a new book about Hillary Clinton, told Sean Hannity that, according to his sources, Hillary Clinton is being told by a trusted adviser to "lawyer up."
Ed Klein, author of "Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary," told Sean Hannity tonight about some of his book's shocking allegations regarding Hillary Clinton, which he says could derail her presidential campaign.
Ed Klein reported this weekend in the New York Post that President Barack Obama’s senior adviser Valerie Jarrett leaked details of Hillary Clinton’s private email use to the press.
The author of Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas said on "Fox and Friends" that he believes the White House is throwing Hillary Clinton "under the bus." Ed Klein said Bill Clinton believes the White House is the driving force behind the private email controversy that has dominated the headlines for the past week.
Hillary Clinton is back-tracking on comments she made that were critical of President Obama’s foreign policy, even offering to “hug it out” with the president. Ed Klein, author of “Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas,” joined Brian Kilmeade on Fox and Friends this morning and said there was no "hugging it out" or amends made between the two before they recently sat next to each other with their spouses at long-time Clinton supporter Vernon Jordan’s wife’s birthday party.